The largest country in Western Europe by land area is France, with an area of 211,209 square miles. It is followed by Spain, which has an area of 194,897 square miles, and Sweden, which has an area of 173,732 square miles.
France is also the largest country in Western Europe by population, with an estimated 65.82 million people as of 2011. The second-largest country by population is the United Kingdom, which has a population of 62.26 million people. As of 2013, the country in Western Europe with the largest economy was Germany, with a gross domestic product of 3,255.43 billion international dollars. It is followed by the United Kingdom.